Funding your esports betting account with Luckbox, one of the premier sites in the industry, may well become a great deal more flexible and easier after parent company Real Luck Group Ltd. announced a new partnership deal with Nuvei.
Nuvei is a company that has a great deal of experience in offering payment methods across the digital and iGaming sectors and the deal can only be good news for Luckbox’s growing number of users.
The head of payments at Luckbox, Boris Kostadinov, explained why the deal was good news for the company’s customers.
“Nuvei is a leading payment technology company with extensive experience in the digital and iGaming sectors,” explained Mr Kostadinov.
“And its extensive range of payment methods will allow new and existing customers a comprehensive choice of payment options when betting on the Luckbox platform.”
Mr Kostadinov explained that the deal with Nuvei will allow the company to significantly expand the number of payments offered to its customers around the world and that it was available immediately on the site.
“Nuvei is fully integrated and live on our site now and this represents another step in realising our vision to deliver the best iGaming experience in the market,” concluded Mr Kostadinov.
Nuvei offers a vast network of payment solutions which incorporate over 150 different currencies as well as 40 different cryptocurrencies.
CEO of Nuvei, Philip Fayer, has also expressed his delight with the partnership with Luckbox, stating that his company would be able to bring its knowledge of the market to help the company in the regulated gaming industry and through its esports betting service.
“We look forward to working closely with Luckbox on enhancing its checkout experience by delivering the most relevant payment solutions for its customer base,” stated Mr Fayer.
You can check our existing Luckbox review here for more details about the high quality service that the company offers its customers when it comes to esports betting around the globe.
Significant Moves To Improve Payment Options
This announcement is just the latest in a series of moves by the ambitious company as it seeks to enhance its position in the global esports industry.
Back in August 2020, the company agreed a deal to offer mobile payment services using the PaymentIQ service, while a month earlier, Luckbox had agreed a deal with Funanga to enable it to offer CashtoCode payment services to its customers.
Ever since the company launched on the Toronto Stock Exchange in December 2020, it has undergone a significant phase of expansion and development.
The site was originally an esports-only provider but since becoming publicly listed, the site has introduced iGaming onto the site as well as traditional sports betting.
It is abundantly clear that Luckbox moves of late have been part of a clear overarching strategy to ensure that it offers its customers the highest level of service on the site. Furthermore, with designs to move into different markets around the globe, it seems that Luckbox popularity is only going to increase further with esports fans.